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California Game Wardens Deliver 'Wild Justice' In New National Geographic Series

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Police officers receive medals for bravery. Mall cops ride around on awesome Segways. So what do you conservation officers get for all their hard work? A kick-ass reality show, baby!

On Sunday, the National Geographic Channel debuted Wild Justice — a new series that follows the California Game Wardens as they patrol hundreds of miles of land, coastline, rivers and streams.

Protecting wildlife against human threats to the environment, endangered wildlife, and the cultivation of illegal drugs, the 240 California Game Wardens keep the state’s 159,000 square miles safe 24/7.

During the first episode, Warden Boyd set out to catch hunters suspected of trafficking bear gallbladders, while other officers use aerial recon to track down what they believe is a thrill-killing poacher. Rockstar!

Sound like something you’d be into? Check out the clip below, and stop by NationalGeographic.com to find out more.

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  • cop hater

    These game wardens are punks. They can’t stop poachers or pot smokers. They are wanna be firefighters but lack the heart and physical prowess to do so, therefore they harass all others and are typical cops…..F-em all!

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